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« Reply #26085 on: Thursday, October 14, 2021, 18:09:58 »

Helping the old chap in the bed by the window feed himself. Give him some encouragement and some tissues to dry his eyes. Poor sod got himself in a right 2 & 8. Turns out heís missing his late wife who must have gone a few years back.

He seems a bit more settled now which is good I can hear him talking about her to a nurse. Iíll go chat with him later when theyíve done their rounds, put a lump in my throat that did.
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« Reply #26086 on: Thursday, October 14, 2021, 20:24:04 »

Well done mate, keep up the good work,  we'll all be old one day (Hopefully).   Smiley Smiley
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« Reply #26087 on: Thursday, October 14, 2021, 20:37:30 »

nice one L-L
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« Reply #26088 on: Thursday, October 14, 2021, 23:10:28 »

And continuing care in the community Iíve been playing tunes on my iPad from yesteryear getting them singing, humming and farting in tune. Seems to have worked on my bestie he was singing away and smiling which I take as a positive and now theyíre all asleep. Numpty here for two night running is wide a fucking wake taking requests from nurses. Maybe a new career beckons after I leave.
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« Reply #26089 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 09:03:48 »

And continuing care in the community Iíve been playing tunes on my iPad from yesteryear getting them singing, humming and farting in tune. Seems to have worked on my bestie he was singing away and smiling which I take as a positive and now theyíre all asleep. Numpty here for two night running is wide a fucking wake taking requests from nurses. Maybe a new career beckons after I leave.

That's great to read LL - it sometimes doesn't take much to make people happy and you are doing a grand job sir!
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« Reply #26090 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 09:06:31 »

And continuing care in the community Iíve been playing tunes on my iPad from yesteryear getting them singing, humming and farting in tune. Seems to have worked on my bestie he was singing away and smiling which I take as a positive and now theyíre all asleep. Numpty here for two night running is wide a fucking wake taking requests from nurses. Maybe a new career beckons after I leave.

Fair play mate Clap
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« Reply #26091 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 11:08:43 »

All fixed. Just waiting for an ultra sound to determine home time, today or tomorrow.
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« Reply #26092 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 11:19:41 »

Yes. Well, sort of. Firstly it helps if said pigeon is dead. They tend not to be happy chappies stuffed into a pie while still alive. Just as importantly they need to be plucked and dressed if using the whole carcass. Tip, they do benefit from being hung for a week. Another tip. Donít piss about plucking and dressing the thing. Just slit along the breast bone, peel the skin back and eek out both breast fillets and Chuck the rest in your neighbours garden or if you actually like your neighbours in a local hedgerow or some such place and the foxes will do the rest.
Hope you are now ok mate, hospitals are horrible places I have spent many months in them as an in patient and they zap your will to live.

Enjoy your health while you have it and take nothing for granted in life.

Hope you get out soon.
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« Reply #26093 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 11:40:43 »

Hope you are now ok mate, hospitals are horrible places I have spent many months in them as an in patient and they zap your will to live.

Enjoy your health while you have it and take nothing for granted in life.

Hope you get out soon.

Not wrong there mate, not wrong there. Thanks all the same.
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« Reply #26094 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 16:54:08 »

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« Reply #26095 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 17:37:04 »

I had an MG Metro turbo.  The idea was to make it look like a 6R4 but that never happened.
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« Reply #26096 on: Friday, October 15, 2021, 17:48:00 »

I had use of my parents Austin Maestro - the challenge was to prevent it becoming a cheese grater on wheels considering how much rust it attracted.
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